Russia. Subsidized grain transportation quotas used by 39%


According to information of Russia’s Ag Ministry as of March 27, OJSC Russian Railways submitted requests for reduced-tariff grain transportation. Delivery of 1.28 MMT of grain from the following regions of Russia was approved under these requests:

Novosibirsk region – 155 KMT;
Tambov region – 71 KMT;
Orenburg region – 58 KMT;
Kurgan region – 66 KMT;
Voronezh region – 130 KMT;
Oryol region – 86 KMT;
Kursk region – 125 KMT;
Penza region – 86 KMT;
Saratov region – 233 KMT;
Lipetsk region – 118 KMT;

Omsk region – 113 KMT;

Samara region – 26 KMT;

Ulyanov region – 7 KMT.

The quotas for subsidized transportation from Omsk and Novosibirsk region have been fully used up. Overall, the quotas under the above resolution have been used by 39%, reports UkrAgroConsult.

This grain is transported by rail to the stations of regions such as Buryatia, Dagestan, Zabaykalye, Krasnodar, Primorye, Khabarovsk, Astrakhan, Kaliningrad, Leningrad, Murmansk and Rostov, as well as to the city of Saint-Petersburg.



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